Meet Angel. This poor girl was brought to our vet by her owner for our spay/neuter program. She was emaciated, mangy, had eye ulcers and a tick borne illness. We tried to convince the owners to surrender her to us but they wouldn't. Later on she was brought back to the vet as she had wounds on her neck from an embedded collar and wounds on her shoulders. Luckily for Angel, the owners this time did not return to claim her. We also think she was as a breeder dog. Angel has now recovered from all her injuries and illnesses and is healthy and happy and gorgeous. She has left all the ugliness behind now and just needs to find her forever home.
Angel is a very, very sweet girl who is just happy to eat and sit/stand by her people. She would probably do best as an only dog due to her years of neglect and living on a chain. She is currently being fostered in an apartment and doing well there. She loves to go for car rides. She weighs around 55 lbs. She is about 2-3 years old. All she wants and is looking for is a loving furever permanent home and leave the past behind her.
Won't you consider this beautiful girl for your home. She so loving with people. She has been looking for a home for such a long time. Please consider her for your bestest buddy. She will be so grateful.
Contact Trish at 505-907-3791 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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